Drupal 7 is out of date. It's time to upgrade to Drupal 8 or 9. You have many options for migrating your website to Drupal 8, or Drupal 9. This is a simple guide for migrating Drupal 7 websites from a database source.
Migration is a movement of content from Drupal 7 to Drupal 8 (or Drupal 9). Configuration (content types, vocabularies, and user roles), file types, image types, etc. Contents (users, nodes and paragraphs, taxonomy terms, etc.). Visit the site for more information regarding Drupal website migration services.
No matter your level of experience, the Source Or destination is for migration, Drupal migration, The ETL process will be followed or the Extract – Transform and Load Process. The first step in the process is the Extracting Step where data is extracted directly from the source plugin.
Next, the Transformation step will be performed where the extracted data are processed according to the process plugin's requirements. The last step is the Loading, where data is loaded into storage via the destination plugin.
Sometimes you may not wish to move all of your configurations at once. Then you can choose to migrate them one at a time. You will have to make sure they are migrated in the order you want.
Configuration: Roles, vocabularies, and content types. Image styles. Field instances.
Content: Files, paragraphs, Users, terms, nodes, etc.
Drupal core migrates modules can easily be used to perform a Drupal 7 to 8 migration. Migration Tools and other modules that are contributed to Drupal will allow for more flexibility in the execution of migrations.
The core migration API is very powerful. We can migrate any type of content that has been provided by ETL plugins. Drupal's flexibility allows us to make our own plugins to accomplish any custom migrations. Do you need assistance migrating Drupal 7 websites to Drupal 8 and Drupal 9? We would love to help!